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an opportunity before we turn to our witnesses. the debate over stand your ground laws raises fundamental questions about self-defense in the be united states of america. in recent years we've seen a dramatic increase in laws expanding the situation in which a person can legally use deadly force in response to a perceived threat. florida passed the first of this new wave of stand your ground laws in 2005. prior to 2005, florida law held that a person outside his home could not use deadly force and then claim self-defense if the person could have safely avoided the confrontation. this, quote, duty of safe retreat, closed quote, sought to prevent public disputes from escalating into violence. but the gun lobby pushed to change florida's law so people could shoot someone who threatened them without first trying to avoid a confrontation. florida wasn't the first state to adopt the stand your ground principle, but florida's 2005 law expanded the principle in several dramatic new ways. first, the law grants criminal and civil of immunity for use withs of deadly force -- for uses of deadly force
received overwhelming number of stories from my constituents with concerns about the health care law. >> 23,000 are losing access to the state sponsored program which covered those with preexisting conditions, seniors and small children and small businesses. one small business owner, greg from my district shared this story with me. i want to share this with diane. i operate a small painting business and very happy with the cover tennessee program for small businesses and their employees. it had a small co-pay and covered up to $25,000 each year. it covered 12 doctors visits and annual physical at reasonable costs and this is being canceled effective january 2014 because it does not meet the requirements of obama care. this directly contradicts the comments made by president obama that we could keep our existing program. they had affordable health care that they liked but they didn't get to keep that. and i ask, is this right or is this just for this group of people. these 28,000 citizens of tennessee are now forced to find new coverage plans on the health care website there are people out t
hearing on stand your ground laws. itnesses include the mother of trayvon mar on the. you'll hear from supporters of the law that currently exist in one form or another in as many as 30 states h. is an hour and a alf. >> can i ask you all to please stand. it is customary to administer the oath before the subcommittee. will your testimony be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth, so hope you god? let the record reflect that the witnesses answered in the affirmative. each witness will be given five minutes for an opening statement. any written statement will be admitted without objection. our first witness is sabrina fulton. she is the mother of trayvon martin. her son was shot and killed at the age of 17 on the night of february 26, 2012 in sanford, florida. his parents have created a foundation to provide support and advocacy for the victims of violent crimes. she is a graduate of florida memorial university. thank you for coming here today. please proceed with your testimony. >> thank you so much for taking the time to listen to what i have to say and the rest of the p
it's only the federal government has an estimated 5000 or so criminal laws that have over criminalized this country. hopefully when i am here again for a hearing weekend fervently work toward eliminating or correcting the thousands of federal laws that have sometimes put people behind bars for things that most americans have no clue would be against the criminal law. so senators i humbly implore you let's leave state criminal law to the consideration of the state legislatures though we in congress will probably be well served to take advice from the states that are still solvent. thank you. >> thank you congressman gohmert and i want to thank your college scholars from the tear is in congressman fudge for their testimony as well. we appreciate your being here today and we are going to proceed to the second panel as you depart. thank you again. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> i'm sorry. if i can ask you all to please stand. it's customary to give the oath before this committee. if you please raise your right hand. view from the testimony you're about
that these are just real americans committed to following the law and catching bad guys at the end of the day. it's important we get to the privacy issues that are important. i just wanted to ask this particular question. i dpsh some talk about a permanent advocate in the fisa court. i scratch my head a bit, and i can't find that anywhere else, and in a criminal grand jury, there's no advocate on behalf of the person they're seeking indictment; is that correct? >> that's correct. there's no advocate, and even when a witness goes in a grand jury, they don't go in and are not allowed to go in with an attorney, and in particular, probably the closest am ji is the acquisition of a wiretap for domestic criminal law enforcement, and that doesn't involve any sort of adversary process at all, but an ex parte process with the government or agent going in similar to the fisa process we have now. >> and by design, the court was supposed to be that adversary -- too strong a word -- but to check the compliance with the law and constitution; is that correct? >> correct. this is the constitutional protection th
for valid foreign intelligence purposes and we work within the law >> the response - america's spy chief explains why they gather intelligence on u.s. allies. >> i want to apologise to you that the website has not worked as well as it should >> admitting problems - the website that is supposed to let americans sign up for health care has republicans and democrats calming for delay. >> it's beautiful. >> helping survivors of sandy reclaim some of their precious belongings >> the ambitious project completed in turkey to expect two continents under water. -- to connect two continents under water. >> no apologies, no excuses from the top spy chiefs. the head of the national intelligence told house intelligence committee that phone taps on foreign citizens are not true. the nsa would rather take the beating in the media than give up a program protecting americans from terrorists. >> top chiefs say the agency did nothing illegal, and part of the problem is leaked documents. they reveal rare details of america's surveillance techniques. >> vigorously defending the job agencies do to keep americ
isn't just the website. it's the whole law. i have heard from hundreds of my constituents who are seeing their premiums rise. they are seeing their policies being cancelled. many again are lose can their plans. >> after their failed strategy to kill the law by shutting down the government, split the party in two. iranians are unified in sfaking problems on the website. >> i don't think anybody would deny this fact, these past 29 days have been nothing shorts of a disaster. >> when pressed, marilyn taffner refused to say how many people had actually been able to get insurance through the website. >> are you getting those numbers? >> am i getting those numbers? not yet. >> you have no numbers on who is enrolled? so you have no idea? >> well have those numbers available in november. >> if you don't have insurance by march 31st you face a fine. if the problems persist, more democrats are joining the republican call to delay that deadline. tavener vowed to fix what's wrong. ? >> i want to insure you that healthcare.gov can and will be fixed. we are working around the clock to deliv
intentions. left over halloween imagery for you there. a deep dive to the effort to fix campaign cash laws that set washington on a course for dysfunction. good morning. it's friday, november 1st. i'm always thinking about another race ahead and another contest. at 1600. let's start with the first reads of the morning. we will talk weekly round up of all things. hillary clinton is not exactly hunkering down and keeping a low profile. in case you missed it, she has an aggressive fall schedule. as impressive as any potential presidential candidate. over the last ten days, a flurry of speeches and fund-raisers has taken her from buffalo new york to chicago to beverly hills. this afternoon, pennsylvania. she key notes the conference for women in philadelphia. it ends a week where we learned every woman in the senate, democratic side is privately signed a letter urging her to run. hollywood in the form of the once close supporter who had split with them to support obama in 2008 is wacking enthusiastic. otherconfidants claim she is running. >> i'm behind hillary if she runs. that's up to her. if
anything to win you'll hear the accusations that landed them in trouble with the law. >>> air travel, turn off your kindle or it will crash the plane. nobody every really thought that was real, did they? now the rules of thary are about -- of the air are's to change. how long until they happen? and what is still offlimits. we have answer so let's get to it. >> good halloween afternoon to you and yours. first from fox at 3:00 from the fox necessary deck. police say a group of thieves wearing halloween masks robbed an armored car in fifths and got away with more than $300,000. i happened as the armored car was parked outside a bank. the thieves dumped the getaway car outside a anybody school and then took off in another vehicle. a witness says the men seemed to have planned the robbery and it was all over within seconds. police and fbi have been searching for evidence and now they're looking for suspects. let's get to a reporter for our station wtxf, fox in philadelphia, who is live this afternoon. what's the latest there? >> reporter: the fbi now says they're looking for four suspects. witn
can expect if washington democrats continue their stubborn defense of this partisan law. now, mr. president, on another .atter politicians regularly come to washington promising fiscal responsibility. since congress passed the bca with overwhelming bipartisan , washington has actually reduced the level of government spending for two years running. the bca savings are such a big deal that the president inpaigned on it endlessly 2012. he bragged about the bipartisan .uts he told audiences from california to baltimore that he signed $2 trillion in spending cuts into law. like to say these days, elections matter and the president explicitly stated that he put these on the back of the bipartisan spending cuts. fromet the exit polls november. two thirds said raising taxes to cut the deficit was a nonstarter. whiched to obamacare, more voters said they wanted to repeal, the levels of support are striking. if our friends on the other side contradict -- keep obamacare contradicted by the then have to called the mandate for reducing the size of government day superman date -- a super manda
captured the attacker. martha: during their darndest to defend the law as new questions emerge on whether top administration officials lied about the rollout. we will talk about that. >> before obamacare we were having-- >> will those people be able to keep their coverage? i got this. [thinking] is it that time? the son picks up the check? [thinking] i'm still working. he's retired. i hope he's saving. i hope he saved enough. who matters most to you says the most about you. at massmutual we're owned by our policyowners, and they matter most to us. whether you're just starting your 401(k) or you are ready for retirement, we'll help you get there. martha: two planes collided in midair, and amazingly everybody survived. both of these planes were loaded with skydivers when they crashed early saturday morning. the passengers were preparing to jump at the time and were able to parachute to safety. one plane landed safely, the crashed to the ground. >> very, very lucky. anytime two planes collided in the air, it is a potential disaster for everybody involved. so we were all very, very lucky. mar
in, president obama's troubled health care law has yet to find its footing and remains under fierce attack. >>> and miami sack. a rare overtime safety gives the dolphins a big win. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, november 1st, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. halloween turned into a nightmare in the nation's midsection. a fast-moving storm left a trail of dough destruction, killing at least three people, and the storm will hammer the northeast today. heavy rain is expected from virginia to maine making a miserable morning commute. forecasters say damaging winds could knock down trees and cause power outages. >>> in tennessee, strong winds knocked down power lines, and just south of nashville, a 9-year-old boy died after he accidentally touched one. officials aren't sure if he was out trick or treating. power was cut to 15,000 homes in the area. >>> and a line of severe storms may have spawned a tornado in southern illinois. trees were knocked down and several homes were damaged. some roads were clo
of a republican effort before the health care bill became law of the land to push back on this presidential sales pitch. >> if you like your health care plan, you'll be able to keep your health care plan, period. no one will take it away no matter what. >> reporter: that was the summer of 2009 during the heat of the health care legislative battle and so was this. >> on the is it stump the president says if you like your plan you can keep your plan but if you read the bill, that just isn't so. for starters within five years, every health care plan will have to meet a new federal definition for coverage. one that your current plan might not match even if you like it. >> reporter: fast forward three years, that is exactly what is happening. insurance companies are dropping americans all across the country from their health plans many because policies don't have coverage now required under obama care. democrats trying to calm concerned constituents call it a good thing. >> if we don't enforce this policy, insurance companies can continue offering flimsy coverage that disappears when people actually n
into custody. he's reported to be in critical condition in the hospital. law enforcement sources tell the l.a. times that authorities found a note next to the shooter in which he expressed, quote, his disappointment with the government. nbc news reporting that the shooter sent a suicidal text to his family before entering the airport where he apparently started shooting. again, though, the shooter is alive in critical condition and in custody. l.a.x. is a mess in terms of flight cancellations and delays and thousands of passengers getting stranded. this is a story we'll be following through the night as we learn more. please keep watching this space for news. >>> here's the background, when george w. bush picked harriet mier meyers, he was showing trademark loyalty. he was also particularly happy to have found a woman he trusted for that job since the seat she was going to be filling on the court would be the one vacated by the retiring justice sandra day o'connor. now the harriet miers nomination didn't work out. outside conservative groups had weighed in against the bush administration an
. >> reporter: that's just general condition. under current of law they're not allowed to tell us what shape toes people are in. there is still a lot to learn at lax, and we hope that it will unfold in the hours to come. it will be a while, and it will be hours before this airport is up and running normally. >> brian rooney for us at los angeles international airport. we're learning more first-hand accounts who were in the airport when the gunman started shooting. >> everyone just dropped to the ground and started crawling along, staying as low as possible. basically, everyone was just climbing over each other. we were pinned in where the guy was shooting, and tsa main security. >> i turned around, and there was a young man who was in an tsa agent outfit who was holding his abdomen area, and there was blood on his hands. >> the police came charging towards me, and hands up, they handcuffed me and left me on the ground. >> i was freaking out. i was really shaken up. i didn't expect--i mean, going on vacation you don't expect to deal with that kind of stuff. i was freaking out. >> they came ba
republican wants a bipartisan group to convene about the problems with the website and the law. there are serious concerns about obamacare's long term financial liability. early numbers from state exchanges, nearly all of those enrolled are being funneled into medicaid, not insurance plans that the system will depend upon for financeing. >> look, the system will never look unless there are five to seven million people in the private side of this exchange, not the medicaid side side. they are no near that. jenna: the architect of obamacare says he is not worried. >> we have until all the way to march 31st to get to five to seven million, we expect naturally, i don't pay attention to the numbers. wait, let me finish. people will put off buying until the end and those numbers are irrelevant. jenna: he said by end of november he might have some concerns. peter doocy is live in washington with more on all of this peter. >> reporter: jenna, consumers are still having problems signing up online, on the phone and in person. and the obama administration knows that it is because no matte
, but there have been a whole host of problems with the implementation of the law. now, after initially blaming a volume, they said it was a sign of public enthusiasm, a good sign after the october first launch of the website, now marilyn tavennar, she's over the agency that oversees the implementation of the obamacare. >> i want to apologize to you that the website has not worked as well as it should. we know how desperately you need affordable coverage. i want to assure you that healthcare.gov can and will be fixed, and we're working around the clock to deliver the shopping experience that you deserve. >> reporter: a lot of indignation, and umbridge on the part of the republicans. the irony when this website is up and functioning it will help millions of people to enroll in the affordable care act. dave camp is the republican chairman of this committee. from michigan. he wants to know how many people have been successful in going through the website and obtaining insurance. >> do you not know? do you know have any idea how many people have enrolled? >> folks are still in the process of enrol
at the bottom of the hour, i'll speak with hln law enforcement analyst, mike brooks, about that option. is it serious, is it realistic and would it have prevented this attack. mike brooks joining me late they are hour. >>> other news we're following. if you're thinking about applying for obama care notice middle of the night on the east coast, think again. a message on healthcare.gov says the online application will not be valk from 1:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. eastern every night. obviously central, rocky mountain, pacific time zones earlier. being taken down for repairs. the administration is working to fix problems that have plagued the site. officials have promised it will be functioning well for most users. the vast majority, they say by the end of the month. president obama goes on the road this week to make another pitch for the affordable care act. last week it was boston. this wednesday the president travels to dallas. eel thank local volunteers for helps consumers enroll in health care plans. and the president getting help from hollywood. elizabeth cohen has details. >> celebrities
security for both tsos and the flying public. the development of a new class of tsa officers with law enforcement status would be a logical approach to accomplishing this goal, end quote. security at airports across the nation will be reviewed on orders from attorney general eric holder in the wake of the l.a.x. shooting. a gunman killed one tsa officer as you recall and wounded two other officers and a passenger. the suspect, 23-year-old paul ciancia, is still listed in critical condition at this hour. earlier, an attorney read a statement from his family in new jersey offering condolences to the victims and begging for privacy. >> paul is our son and brother. we will continue to love him and care for him. we will support him during the difficult times ahead. while we do not mean to minimize the grief and distress experienced by many other families, we hope that the public will understand that this is a very difficult time for our family, too. >> police say the gunman was specifically targeting the tsa, according to a note he had. working for the tsa seems like it's often a thankless
law takes center stage on capitol hill today. lawmakers prepare to grill health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius on the government's faulty insurance website and the millions of americans who have had their insurance policies canceled. >> is it your experience that allies of the united states have spied on the united states historically? >> yes. >> the government's spy secrets come into the open. two of the nation's top intelligence officials defend the program that puts dozens of leaders under surveillance. >>> and while the red sox prepare for game six in the world series in boston, airplane trouble keeps the cardinals stuck in st. louis until late last night. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for wednesday, october 30th, 2013. good morning. good to be with you. i'm anne-marie green. well, president obama heads to boston today where he'll talk about his health insurance law. the affordable care act has been plagued by serious computer glitches, and there are now charges the president mislead consumers. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan
the law unconstitutional. the panel's decision means one-third of the abortion clinics in that state will not be able to perform the procedures. the ruling will remain in place until the court can run a pulling hearing next year. >> lawmakers hear from cia security officers for the first time later this month. they were among the first to respond when they were attacking. they will have closed door sessions november 11th. >> interesting stories. president obama's campaign considered dropping vice president joe biden from the 2012 ticket. his potential replacement then secretary of state hillary clinton. the bombshell details were revealed in the new book of the 2012 campaign. it is called double down game change 2013. the focus group sessions were held and polling was also done in late 2011 but they dropped the idea because aids determined there would be no significant political boost. it is all about politics. interesting stuff there. >> in thursday night football action the cincinnati benningals took on miami dolphins. miami down by 3 a great catch by brian heart line sets up a gam
by a federal appeals court, reversing a law blocked three days ago. the measure provides any doctor who provides abortions to get admission privileges at a hospital. that would leave about 27 facilities to serve the entire state. >> the stop and frisk tactic used by new york city police gets the backing of a federal appeals court. thursday, the judges blocked an earlier decision that would have stopped the practice. the lower court had ruled that it's unconstitutional. critics say the policy lets the officers unfairly target blacks and latinos. the police commissioner credits stop and frisk for the city's lower crime rate. >> the lowest number of murders at this point in time, october 31 of 2013, probably the lowest it's been since in october 31 perhaps in the 1940's, so that's how safe the city is. our tactics and strategies, i think have worked, continued to work. >> the legal battle may be short-lived. a new mayor will be chosen on tuesday and the heavily favored democratic candidate opposes stop and frisk. >> today is the first day on the job for senator cory booker, sworn in thursd
for what they did. i can change the laws and those laws will hold other people accountable. so i think that is justice. >> well we should tell you that our colleagues at america tonight are investigating sex crimes on campus. you can see the final report at 9:00 eastern. >> president obama spoke to world leaders during a conference in washington aimed at attracting foreign invest. >> you should find that there is no substitute for those proud words "made in america" and here are three more words "select usa. "when you do yo will do you wile world's best workers and a government and president who is committed to helping you find good johns. good -- jobs this is the first time they have foreign direct investment makes up 16% of america's gross domestic product. >> as you have been hearing millions of americans who rely on food stamps could be in for a tougher time from friday on. that is when payments will be reduced to levels before president obama took office. ali will bali veshi will be talt this and i can't wait for his show. we have him for a couple of minutes. ali why will people g
are calling for new privacy laws to stop u.s. intelligence agencies from breaking into their data overseas. for more on all of it we turn to our chief foreign affairs correspondent andrea mitchell in our d.c. newsroom tonight. andrea, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. the tech companies worry they are losing an arm's race with the nsa which nbc news confirms has been hacking into google and yahoo data centers around the world as fast as the company has put up firewalls. vacuuming up e-mail and phone records. google and yahoo data centers in all corners of the globe reach targets by data collection by nsa and british intelligence. as first reported in the "washington post" they found more documents leaked by edward snowden, hundreds of thousands of e-mails, search queries and other activity collected, decoded and filtered and possible intelligence targets transmitted to the nsa in fort meade, maryland. >> you have thousands and thousands of mile of cable out there. so presumably the nsa has found somehow to gain access to this cable. >> reporter: the programs described in this
are starting to understand what the health care law means to them. susan mcginnis is in washington. susan, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, ann marie. the president has become known for doing this when he's pushing a plan. he hits the road, tries to sell it directly to the american people. so he will do that this week as will some cabinet officials this time around. fanning out around the country, trying to get people to sign up. meanwhile, here in washington, more hearings are scheduled into the problems. president obama hits the road this week to build public support for the affordable care act. sunday a senior white house aide insisted the president was told the healthcare.gov website would work on day one but says that's no excuse. >> it is getting this website working so that millions of americans have access to quality affordable health insurance. >> reporter: the website repeatedly crashed in first month and was down for repairs this weekend. a new poll shows 48% of believe the government has done a poor job of implementing the health care law. >> the website failures are absolut
-- at the notorious military prison camp at guantanamo bay. since congress passed a law banning the defendants from setting foot on u.s. soil, everyone involved in the case has to go there. every six weeks for the last year and a half, general martins and his team of prosecutors, defense lawyers, bailiffs, interpreters-- about 250 people in all-- are airlifted aboard a government charter to the u.s. naval base at guantanamo bay, cuba, at a cost of $90,000 a flight. >> hello, everyone, and welcome back to guantanamo bay, cuba, pearl of the antilles. >> stahl: when the trial begins more than a year from now, it'll be the biggest war crimes tribunal since nuremberg, and much of the burden rests on general martins' shoulders. so, when it's a military tribunal or commission, how is it different from a civilian proceeding? >> mark martins: the similarities really swamp the differences. i mean, the accused is presumed innocent, the prosecution must prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt. >> stahl: general martins knows a lot's at stake-- the 9/11 defendants must be seen as getting a fair and legitimate hea
. she says she has the law on her side. people do come up to you. >> that's the law? >> that's the question, robin roberts. >>> we're going to begin with chris brown. he was caught punching a man outside of a hotel early sunday. >> reporter: chris brown left this d.c. courthouse monday night, after spending sunday night in jail. the 24-year-old entertainer and his bodyguard were each charged with misdemeanor assault after allegedly punching a man in the nose. >> christopher brown committed no crime. we understand that his security acted to protect mr. brown. and mr. brown's property. >> reporter: brown was arrested after allegedly attacking 20-year-old parker adams. in the police incident report, the singer said i'm not down with that gay expletive. i feel like boxing. then, parker told police, brown punched him in the face. according to the report, brown's bodyguard threw a second punch. late monday, chris brown pleaded not guilty. his camp claims the victim was trespassing. his bodyguard was trying to stop him. adams told tmz, he would have accepted an apology at the scene.
called the n.s.a. - this is a quote - accused them of systematic vialition af law by my government that created a moral duty to act. joining us now to dissect how the information is being received in germany. a correspondent for the weekly magazine. thank you for joining us from washington d.c. >> good morning. >> talk about this letter from edward snowden. what do you make of the letter? >> edward snowden wrote the letter and provided it to a member of the german parliament. a well-known left activist. he made it personally, travelled to moscow, the first politician to meet edward snowden in moscow. and he asked edward snowden to writ it down. germany is investigating n.s.a.'s activities. edward snowden would be a perfect witness to testify in front of a parliamentary inquiry. edward snowden said he would be willing to come to germany but is asking for legal status that secures his future. >> how realistic do you think that is? can you see it happening? >> i don't expect it to happen in real life. it's a symbolic act, a gesture from him. it puts pressure on the german government.
for working families. it protects a loophole in the law that allows conflicted brokers and advisors to rip off those trying to save for retirement. the 2008 financial crisis wiped out trillions of dollars in retirement accounts. working families need to rebuild those nest eggs and need better protections for their savings mb the s.e.c. and labor department moved to provide these protections by closing a harmful loophole but this bill would scuttle those efforts. here's what's at stake. millions of americans are putting a money aside every day in their 401k's and i.r.a. tose to save for retirement. some of those advisors and brokers have conflicts of interest, often undisclosed conflicts of interest. the brokers know about their conflicts of interest, the brokerage houses know about the conflicts of interest, but the person who is handing over their hard-earned retirement funds doesn't know about the conflicts of interest. the workers think they can trust this investment advise but they don't know their advisor may get paid for more in fact steering them, in actual cases, steering them into hig
that they pass. some of the ocsea laws don't apply -- >> it was weird that grassley introduced it to try to put the heat on his democratic colleagues to have them have to do it. now all of his people have to do it. >> we'll see where the rest of these stories come down. also, though, we should tell you about the treasury department announcing americans who use flexible spending accounts for heths care costs may now be able to carry up to $500 of expiring money into the next year. traditionally, if you had an fsa, you faced a use it or lose it deadline of december 3 e. this was your money. you could put up to $2,500 aside. if you didn't lose it, though, you lost that money. >> this is a big deal. >> for 500 bucks. >> yes. there's people all over the country losing this money regularly. the big question becomes companies like wage works and others -- >> wageworks stinks. >> that administer these programs, the money for them is in taking the -- is in the money that you don't use. >> i know. i don't do this any more. wage works is a terrible program. i don't do it any more because they try and go a
going to be able to keep those coverage as the president promised? >> look the law does not say sears dropped coverage. sears decides what's good for sears. doesn't say to the insurance industry, you drop coverage. the industry decides how it's going to make money. when private companies decide to drop people, you blame president obama. he is not responsible for that. >> greg, what did you think? >> that was the best interview that anyone's done. i thought chris nailed it. he has the smug look of someone who just ruined a public bathroom. it's his own path of destruction. seemingly unaffected his life. bureaucratic version of hurricane katrina. obama in a way is a natural disaster. it's an oil spill. it's human beings getting soaked. there's no way to get them clean. >> aw. >> destroy the bathroom. >> that's true. he destroyed a bathroom that he didn't have to clean. none of these experts are using obama care. so it's -- in effect, it's their public bathroom. >> somebody else will have to clean it up. >> exactly. >> bob, was it taken this weekend that the administration, the white hou
.s. citizen by birth. under u.s. law i was an american citizen by birth. those are the facts. >> so you think you're a natural born u.s. citizen? >> i was a u.s. citizen by birth. >> alicia mendez was on "the view" and diving into hot topics. one of them melissa mccarthy who was covered up by that trench coat in "elle" magazine. >> it's an unreasonable expectation and pressure that we place on young girls and women to look perfect. >> reporter: she'll be doing that every night on fusion after those american millennials on the move and multi-culture. -- multicultural. one in five millenials, hispanic and by the year 2050 in this country, one in three will be latino. keep in mind nothing like a little pressure inside this newsroom. they have countdown clocks everywhere you look reminding everyone here that the launch is tomorrow. the network is fusion. they hope to have 20 million viewers in the first year, 60 million in five years and check your local listing to see if it's airing in your city, your hometown. let us know what you would like to see on fusion. tweet us at "world news." much more
. >> singer chris brown in trouble with the law again. what he is accused of doing and saying before he was arrested. >>> and how is your trick-or-treating forecast shaping up? leigh glaser has that after the break. now a look at what is ahead on abc's world news at 5: >> coming up, in miami tonight, the giant storm, the winter storm warnings in the west, as you know, that system marching across the country. we remember an american legend and his music, and red sox nation, did you see the call? what we learned about you gotta reel it up now,buddy. it.creel it up.t up, [father] reel it up,you got him on there.bring him in. is that a bass? [boy] yeah,i got a big bass. [father]bring it up.keep reeling.keep reeling.c'mon,eru where is he? whoa! you caught that all by yourself?oy] y! [boy] yeah! [father]how old are you to catch that? [boy]three! [father]you're three years old? show me how many fingers that is. and why can you move the tv out here? the wireless receiver. i got that when i switched to u-verse. but why? because it's so much better than cable. it's got more hd channels, more dvr
that the nsa surveillance programs were bound by the rule of law. they targeted security threats, not the communications of ordinary people. we now know at that moment the nsa was morn toring ordinary europeans and tapping the cell phone of german chancellor, angela merkel. for almost five years, the president had no idea that the u.s. was listening in on the cell phone of angela merkel and 35 other world leaders. the wall street journal citing unnamed sources said it wasn't until an internal review was launched that the president found out about the top-level spying. >> we can take steps to put in place greater oversight, greater transparency and constraints on the use of this authority. >> reporter: the white house says that they've stopped spying on chancellor merkel. a german paper revealed that the u.s. embassy is the site of a major american listening post, spying on the german government and on business leaders here in berlin. the leaks and outrage continued to spread. now in spain where documents leaked by edward snowden suggest the nsa man tored 60 million spanish phone
continue to defend and sell law. she will highlight government workers in memphis, they're paid to enroll americans in health care. back in washington republicans on the house oversight and government reform committee say the results of day one of obamacare's exchanges were pathetic. administration meeting notes released by the committee say ongoing issues, high capacity on the web site, direct enrollment not working, va system not connecting, expeer oncreating confusion with credit check information, six enrollments have occurred so far with five different issuers. on those figures the administration says, quote, these appear to be notes, they do not include official enrollment statistics. of we will release on a monthly basis after coordinating information from different sources such as paper, call centers and collecting data from states. the system is just too unreliable to figures. secretary sebelius says her department will release them next month, and she also says she expects them to be low as americans have five more months to enrollment back to you. dagen: thank you so much, rich
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. pierre, good morning. >> reporter: law enforcement offices say ciancia had a note with him, that he expected to die in the airport confrontation. in the notes, the suspect details specific anger and frustration with the tsa. last night, the fbi searched his home in los angeles. and focus on his hometown of pinsville, new jersey. we spoke to the pinsville police, who offered details on the young man's state of mind. family members made calls yesterday, expressing concern about the younger man. >> their younger child got a text message from paul. and there were comments about his well-being. and he possibly wanted to take his own life. at that point, paul, his father, called me. and i went over there. and i made some phone calls to lapd, to get a well-being check on him. >> reporter: law enforcement sources say the note on the scene ended with the words nwo, which is supposed to stand for new world order. people with that thinking think the government is going to turn to tyranny. but they don't have evidence that he had ties to domestic terrorists. >>> travelers at l.a.x., are telling
. law enforcement source tell us that the alleged shooter left behind a note that specifically expressed anger and frustration at the tsa. that note also suggested that the alleged shooter intended to die out here in an airport shootout. >> live at los angeles international airport for us this morning. we will check in with you again during the next hour. thank you. >>> other news this morning in the bay area, the big gun show at the cal palace is the first. the show becomes more controversial with yesterday's shooting at lax. we have the story. >> reporter: during the last year crossroads of the west gun shows attracted over 400,000 customers. crossroads of the west is billed as the biggest gun show in the country. this is state property and the state has no problem with the shows. this spring, a state senator proposed a bill that would have required both san francisco and san mateo supervisors to approve gun shows at the cal palace. both went on record opposing the gun shows. if the bill became law, that would be passed here. legislature passed the bill but governor brown vetoed it. th
montana recently. law enforcement sources say the alleged shooter left behind a note expressing anger and frustration at the tsa and he expected to die out here in an airport shootout. live in los angeles, abc7 news. cat tee? katie. >> we understand tsa officials are going to visit with the victims' families today. what can you tell us about that? >> that's right. tsa administrator is expected to fly out here from washington, d.c. he is expected to meet with the family of that officer who was killed and also those wounded in the shooting yesterday. >> live at l.a.x. for us this morning. thank you. a big gun show this weekend will be the first since grcher brown vetoed a bill. the show is even more controversial with yesterday's shooting at l.a.x. vic lee with the story. >> crossroads of the west is billed as the biggest gun show in the country. this estate property and the estate has no problems with the show. >> >> -- in the spring it required both san francisco and san mateo supervisors to approve gun shows at the cal wallace. both boards went on record opposing the shows. if the b
home to their family. hernandez was a father of two who recently transferred here from montana. law enforcement said the alleged shooter left behind a note that specifically addressed anger and frustration at the tsa. the note also suggested the alleged shooter expected to die out here in an airport shooting. abc7 news. katie. >> kiko, a quick question for you. stick the alleged shooter. we heard from roommates who said he was a normal guy, maybe a bit of a loner. what have we heard from his family some. >> well, reportedly his younger brother in new jersey reportedly received a text message from him that indicated he might do harm to himself and that caused the lapd to construct a welfare check to his apartment prior to the shooting. he went to his apartment and talked to the roommates and they reported back that everything seemed to be okay. >> now we know it was not. thank you, live from lax thisçó morning. >>> a big gun show at the cal palace is the first. the show becomes more controversial with yesterday's shooting at lax. we have the story. >> reporter: during the last year
here. a huge challenge for law enforcement. tens of thousands of competitors. more than 26 miles of territory. millions lining the route as it winds its way through each of new york's five congested boroughs to the finish line in central park. >> nypd began examining and enhancing its coverage of the race starting the day after the boston marathon. >> reporter: because of that april day when two bombs killed three and wounded hundreds, new york police say they will have thousands of additional officers on duty. the command center has video screens monitoring as much of the race course as possible. teams of dogs like lucas and clifford able to sniff out explosives. >> go find it. >> reporter: have been training for months. and the nypd has added this. it's called wolverine. a robot built to deal with bombs. and police will have much tougher security near the finish. this year police suggest holding those joyous reunions away from the course. >> hopefully it's a very uplifting day for all of new york city. i think we'll see a lot of smiles at the end of tomorrow. >> reporter: indee
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a new abortion restrictions unconsultational. and is blocking the enforcement of the new laws. penn state university has reached a massive settlement with sexual abuse victims of former assistants football coach jerry sandusky. the university announced today that it will pay nearly $60 million to over a dozen people. a group of european lawmakers are in washington trying to sort out nsa spying allegations. members of a delegation spoke after one of their meetings with u.s. officials. >> we need to figure out why this kind of massive activity is happening, and what kind of trust needs to be rebuilt. in the end we are fighting a battle in terms of security, we need to get that balance right. and we are concerned too, about security. and we made that pretty clear. but also there is a balance to tbe struck to the privacy of sid sense. >> james was sworn in as the new head of the fbi. he previously center as deputy attorney general in the bush administration. and those are the headlines at this hour, i am tony harris in new york, "real money" can ali velshi is next on al jazeera. ♪ ♪
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